Personal Injury
Columbus, Ohio

Broken Bones

Let An Experienced Columbus Personal Injury Lawyer Protect Your Rights

If you or a loved one sustained broken bones in an accident, the insurance company may try to limit or deny your claim, or even blame you even if someone else's negligence caused your injury. At the Smith Law Office, we know the tactics insurance carriers try to use to minimize compensation to injury victims. Scott Smith is skilled at dealing with insurance companies. If you have our firm on your side, we will take an aggressive stand against the insurance companies and pursue the maximum compensation you rightfully deserve. Choose an aggressive accident claim attorney. Call 800-930-7268.

A Closer Look At Broken Bones And Fractures

Bone breaks can be categorized in the following ways:

  • Complete fracture occurs when a bone breaks in two
  • Incomplete fracture occurs when a bone is partially broken
  • Compound or open fracture occurs when a bone tears through the skin
  • Simple fracture is a hairline crack

Broken bone injuries may be sustained in rear-end accidents, highway accidents and other types of serious car and truck wrecks. Pedestrian accidents and bicycle accidents also may result in broken bones and fractures.

Contact the Columbus Law Offices of Personal Injury Lawyer Scott Elliot Smith, LPA

If you were in auto accident, trucking accident, motorcycle accident or were injured as a pedestrian or passenger, navigating the complexities of our health care system is not a task you want to take on alone. Hire the Smith Law Office to address your medical bills and other needs while you focus on healing from your injuries. Scott Smith works on a contingency fee basis. That means he doesn't charge you a fee until he makes a recovery for you, either by settling or through a judge or jury's decision.

 

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